Healthy Choice MS451 200W Electric Food Slicer

Healthy Choice MS451 200W Electric Food Slicer

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Healthy Choice MS451 200W Electric Food Slicer
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5 reviews
DanaH
DanaH
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Waste of money

Purchased it to slice bread. Suction legs are not sting, so the whole machine moves when you slicing. Absolutely shocking to slice fresh bread. After each slice, have to off the slicer and push the slice of bread out as its stuck. Inconvenient and dangerous even with slicer off, as it's easy to cut your finger on the blade. Slices are choped, not even. I do better job with my blant knife. Very disappointed Show details
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Ingrid Jenner
Ingrid JennerGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC2 posts
 

Poor performance

Purchased this food slicer to replace my 20-year-old Phillips fold away slicer mainly to slice homemade bread and on rare occasions meat. The machine seems to labour when slicing bread, which is the main purpose for my purchase. The slicer is rarely used and Lenoxx have not replied to my complaint. Show details
anna
anna3 posts
 

Total waste of money

Slow action of the blade. Part of a sliced bread keeps stuck between the blade and the machine part that controls thickness making it useless for cutting bread. This part bends also if one slices something bigger In diameter like cabbage producing uneven slices. Show details
Keith
KeithCentral, TAS7 posts
 

I will not buy Healthy Choice products if this is the quality you get

Packaging is quite good. Instructions are mediocre.
Packaging states that the product is "Dishwasher sate" but instructions state "place no part of the slicer in the dishwasher". It is quite fiddly to clean properly.
It makes awful gear noises and has slow variable cutting speed depending on work load. So it cuts things rather badly and it is a lot of work to clean up afterwards. No thanks Show details
grell63
grell63Greater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC69 posts
 

Questions & Answers

TimH
TimH

I can't undo the nut holding the blade in place, and am reluctant to use too much force eg multi grips. Can the blade be removed and replaced via the 4 Philips screws in the blade?

grell63
grell63  

Hi Tim. Yes, you should be able to remove it that way. The screws only hold it onto the locking nut assemble that connects it to the motor.

Donald F.
Donald F.

Can I purchase a non serrated blade for this machine?

anna
anna  
grell63
grell63  

I don't know Don but I would seriously doubt it. This is a cheap machine and unlikely to have much in the way of accessories available

Donald F.
Donald F.  

Thanks pal.

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